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  1. #1
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    Anyone used Drinktrade before?

    Was browsing through IG and this popped up.

    Drinktrade.com

    Seems like they ship roasted beans to your door.

    I usually buy my beans from grocery store which may not be good for my espresso experience, so looking to get some fresh roasted beans.

    Thoughts on this? Also opened to other subscriptions type services as well to try out.

    Thanks

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    Never tried that one but I have heard that La Marzoccos subscription service is good and you really can’t go wrong with any subscriptions from local roasters. I personally use Angels Cup because they have an option for 4, 4oz bags from different roasters, it gives me a lot of new roasters to try out every month.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TangyWasabi View Post
    Never tried that one but I have heard that La Marzoccos subscription service is good and you really canít go wrong with any subscriptions from local roasters. I personally use Angels Cup because they have an option for 4, 4oz bags from different roasters, it gives me a lot of new roasters to try out every month.
    Thank you! Will look into that. Having a variety is good.


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    Quote Originally Posted by czcusco View Post
    Was browsing through IG and this popped up.

    Drinktrade.com

    Seems like they ship roasted beans to your door.

    I usually buy my beans from grocery store which may not be good for my espresso experience, so looking to get some fresh roasted beans.

    Thoughts on this? Also opened to other subscriptions type services as well to try out.

    Thanks
    Is this an affiliate link? Are you selling for Trade?

  5. #5
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    I use gocoffeego.com ...they have a bunch of different roasters and a really cool subscription plan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Musicphan View Post
    Is this an affiliate link? Are you selling for Trade?
    No Iím not affiliate with that company. I never tried before so I was asking for recommendations

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    So I finally went and checked them out. Wow. First coffee I clicked on was $21.21 for 12 oz. That's $28.27 a lb. Now before everyone jumps on me and says they are artisan and they should charge that amount. This is the description the artisan gave for coffee that will run you $30 with shipping a lb. "Oh man, this coffee. real nice"
    https://www.drinktrade.com/time-and-temperature/p/234
    czcusco...where do you live? Let us know and lets see if we can find a roaster for you. Also what kind of coffee are you interested in?
    "Wine is for aging, not coffee."
    Ken Hutchinson, Starsky and Hutch

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    I have tried them. Pricey yes, but I really enjoy trying different craft roasters from around the country. They do a nice job of letting you rate what they send and dialing in future shipments to be to your liking. If you have particular roasters you like, probably not worth the price, but as a discovery tool, I'm having fun with them.

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    I've never heard about drinktrade before, although I must say drinktrade sounds pretty cool and catchy. The fact that they ship roasted beans to your door it is an important advantage. The only thing I'm wondering about is their prices, and my guess is that they probably charge a little bit too much for the product they are offering. The question is also if the trade part has any connection with trading itself, which I'm actually more involved in than the coffee business, to be honest. I've found at https://affiliateghost.com/best-affi...rketing-tools/ some amazing marketing tools I've started using recently and they've been so helpful I can only compare it to drinktrade shipping roasted beans to my door.

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    I like them

 

 
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